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  • CANADIAN FORCES IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    CANADIAN FORCES IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    part of "CANADIAN FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL EXCHANGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Canadian Official photographer 1917-08

    CO 1782

    Canadian troops in a captured trench on Hill 70, near Lens, August 1917.

  • CANADIAN FORCES IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    CANADIAN FORCES IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    part of "CANADIAN FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL EXCHANGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Canadian Official photographer 1918-10

    CO 3369

    A patrol from the 3rd Canadian Division in the ruins of Cambrai, 9 October 1918.

  • CANADIAN FORCES IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    CANADIAN FORCES IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    part of "CANADIAN FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL EXCHANGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Canadian Official photographer 1917-10

    CO 2076

    Troops of the 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles occupy their billet, a barn which has had extra tiers and partitions built to increase capacity, October 1917.

  • ANIMALS IN WAR 1914 - 1918

    ANIMALS IN WAR 1914 - 1918

    part of "CANADIAN FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL EXCHANGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Canadian Official photographer 1917-09-01

    CO 1867

    Transport Animals: A mule transports stone required for the new Canadian quarters at Souchez on the Western Front. Although mules could be temperamental, their strength and stamina far exceeded that of horses.

  • MEDICINE DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR: CASUALTY CLEARING STATIONS

    MEDICINE DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR: CASUALTY CLEARING STATIONS

    part of "CANADIAN FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL EXCHANGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Canadian Official photographer 1918-09-03

    CO 3214

    A portrait of four smiling Canadians, as they sit against a wall and await treatment at a Casualty Clearing Station (CCS) at Duisans, 3 September 1918. They are all wearing labels on their uniforms, issued by the dressing station, which indicate the...

  • ANIMALS IN WAR 1914 - 1918

    ANIMALS IN WAR 1914 - 1918

    part of "CANADIAN FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL EXCHANGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Canadian Official photographer 1918-09-04

    CO 3230

    Cavalry: When the stalemate on the Western Front finally ended in 1918, the Allied cavalry resumed the offensive, pursuing and attacking the retreating German forces. Canadian cavalry are shown passing through newly captured country near Cherisy.

  • MEDICINE DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR: CASUALTY CLEARING STATIONS

    MEDICINE DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR: CASUALTY CLEARING STATIONS

    part of "CANADIAN FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL EXCHANGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Canadian Official photographer 1916-07

    CO 157

    Surgery in progress in an operating theatre suite at No 3 Casualty Clearing Station, July 1916.

  • MEDICINE DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR: CASUALTY CLEARING STATIONS

    MEDICINE DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR: CASUALTY CLEARING STATIONS

    part of "CANADIAN FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL EXCHANGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Canadian Official photographer 1918-09

    CO 3151

    A panoramic photograph showing wounded British and German soldiers as they await treatment in the sunshine outside a Casualty Clearing Station (CCS) near Duisans, September 1918. On the left, a large tent can be seen and several huts are visible on the...

  • MEDICINE DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR: MEDICAL TRANSPORT

    MEDICINE DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR: MEDICAL TRANSPORT

    part of "CANADIAN FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL EXCHANGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Canadian Official photographer 1918-10

    CO 3333

    Canadian casualties being moved to the rear area by light railway.

  • CANADIAN FORCES IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    CANADIAN FORCES IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    part of "CANADIAN FIRST WORLD WAR OFFICIAL EXCHANGE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Canadian Official photographer 1918-09

    CO 3242

    A medical orderly attends a wounded Canadian soldier on a stretcher during the advance east of Arras, September 1918. A bayonet scabbard and entrenching tool handle have been used as makeshift splints for his arm, broken by a piece of shrapnel.

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